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Hearst TV Launching Production Division

Hearst’s TV division is expanding its TV production presence, launching the Hearst Media Production Group. The new division will develop and produce programming for Hearst’s local TV stations and broadcasters, as well as streaming services and cable TV channels. It will also absorb Litton Entertainment, which produces a variety of children’s and educational programming (Litton […]

Hearst Leads $133M Funding Round for Iflix, Streaming Service for Emerging Markets

Existing shareholders, including European pay TV giant Sky, John Malone's Liberty Global and Evolution Media, also participated in the financing.

Verizon Won’t Buy “Big Network Company,” Yahoo Deal Would Boost Scale, CEO Says

A coy Lowell McAdam didn't share more details of the Yahoo auction at an investor conference.

Verizon, Hearst Jointly Acquire Complex

The male-oriented digital media company also distributes a bi-monthly magazine.

Hearst Reports Record Profit and Revenue for 2015

"We've assembled an unrivaled portfolio of investments in media brands built for the digital age: BuzzFeed, Vice, AwesomenessTV, Complex and Roku," CEO Steve Swartz wrote in a letter to employees.

Hearst Invests $21 Million in Pop Culture Site Complex

Founded as a magazine in 2002, Complex now reaches 57 million men across its collection of websites.

Hearst Digital Studios Teams With Eli Roth’s CryptTV on New Series (Exlusive)

'This Forgotten Day in Fright' will explore historic moments in the history of horror.

Quick! Which NYC Workplace Gives Out Free Massages and Manicures?

Answer: Tumblr. But tech culture's juicy perks (nap rooms at Huffington Post, beer in the fridge at Vox) are beginning to influence traditional workplaces in NYC as well.

AwesomenessTV Hires James Deutch to Lead Branded Entertainment

The addition comes two months after Hearst Corp. acquired a 25 percent stake in the teen-focused YouTube network for $81.25 million.

Why Hearst Bought Into Jeffrey Katzenberg’s AwesomenessTV

The company paid $81.25 million for a 25 percent stake in the teen-focused multichannel network

DreamWorks Animation in Talks to Merge With Hasbro

Additionally, DWA is negotiating with Hearst to turn AwesomenessTV into a joint venture

Betsy Beers Gives Rousing Keynote on Shondaland Success: “Women on Television Are Not a Fad”

Rashida Jones, "Frozen" co-director Jennifer Lee and Netflix original content vp Cindy Holland talked Hollywood breakthroughs at Marie Claire's New Guard luncheon